|Life among the Piutes, their wrongs and claims - Hopkins, Sarah Winnemucca, 1844?-1891|
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Paiute Indians
|Cultural resource overview, Carson City district, west central Nevada, vol. 1 - Pendleton, Lorann S. A.|
Partially funded by the Carson City District Office of the Bureau of Land Management. "September, 1982.'
Keywords: Excavations (Archaeology); Indians of North America; Paleo-Indians; Paiute Indians; Historic sites
|Green Spring, an Anasazi and Southern Paiute encampment in the St. George Basin of Utah : the Washington City-Green Spring Archaeological Project - Westfall, Deborah.|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-164)
Keywords: Washington City-Green Spring Archaeological Project (Washington City, Utah); Pueblo Indians; Paiute Indians; Indians of North America; Excavations (Archaeology)
|Evelyn Eaton, An Oral History|
Description: Oral interview with Evelyn Eaton, born 1902, in Switzerland. Ms. Eaton resided in Independence, California from 1960 thorugh her death in 1982. Stories included relate to Ms. Eaton's early life in England and Canada, her career as a war correspondent and life in Europe, the Philippines, and the Orient. As well, she shares memories of teaching at Deep Springs College, interaction with the Owens Valley Paiutes, the founding of the Deepest Valley Theatre, and her role in the Draco Foun...
Keywords: californialightandsound; California, Eastern; World War II; Art; Deserts--California, Southern; Education-California; Feminism; Indians of North America--California; Indians, Treatment of--California--History; Music Theatre; Music; Poetry; Sixties (Twentieth century decade); Spiritual retreats; United States--Social conditions--1960-1980; Universities and colleges--California--History--20th century; Women in education; Women teachers--California; World War II; Paiute Indians; Oral history